Taking care of my five-year old cousin the past two weeks, I've been reminded of the simplicity of a child's mind and found myself wondering: why do we lose that as we get older when it's such an important concept?
Have you ever noticed how much you find yourself saying "I'm sorry" in your daily interactions? It's used so much that it's practically lost all meaning. So here's an idea: What if, instead of halfhearted apologies, we gave wholehearted gratitude? That might not make any sense right now but, by the end of the article, you'll find yourself agreeing or at least considering a new perspective.